Fill'Er Up (Less Often)
The average American drives about 13,500 miles each year — or at least did before the coronavirus lockdown changed everything. Gas prices fell to historic lows, but travel restrictions also brought a surge in the purchase of RVs and second cars for road trips and commutes, which means fuel efficiency remains of critical importance. Squeezing more miles out of every gallon means you'll spend less money on fuel while helping conserve a limited natural resource and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that play a role in climate change. Cheapism has identified several ways drivers can get more miles to the gallon.